Lightning Bolt, No Age and Japanther are just some of the noisy two-pieces featured.
Featuring Trent Reznor, John Foxx, Soul II Soul, DJ Kool Herc, Goldie and Mr Thing.
Debbie Harry, the iconic singer with Blondie, presents an hour of her favourite music. (R)
Nanci Griffith live in Cambridge in 1992, plus The Mighty Lemon Drops and Daisy Chainsaw.
2/6 Charlotte Greig looks back at the groups produced by Phil Spector.
Elizabeth Alker sits in for The Hawk and delivers early morning music and chat.
Mary Anne Hobbs returns with James Endeacott revealing how to make it in show business.
Cerys has a session from Prince Edward Island's Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys.
Este from Los Angeles four-piece Haim presents a playlist of some of her favourite songs.
Huey is joined by Lonnie Liston Smith, who played with Miles Davis.
Dodgy opinion, crackpot theories, hare-brained schemes and beautiful, beautiful music.
Goldfrapp take control of the playlist via Twitter.
Manic Street Preachers singer James Dean Bradfield sits in for Stuart Maconie.
Guy's featured artist is Jolie Holland and the show's theme is the harmonica.
Culture Clash Radio - The Don's selections cross time, space and genre.
Tom Robinson presents a mixtape of his personal selection of tracks from BBC Introducing.
Featuring Suede at Glastonbury 2003, plus BBC sessions from Speck Mountain and Roxy Music.
3/6 The Girl Group Explosion. Charlotte Greig celebrates the girl groups of the 60s.
Sunderland features in The Hawk's search to find songs that mention football teams.
Monday 2 September 2013